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Denver's iconic 40-foot-tall Blue Bear, titled “I See What You Mean,” now has more to look at as he peers into the Denver Convention Center. Eight new works of art were recently placed in the center to enhance the experience of the many … more
Benjamin Sevy, a senior at Berthoud High School, is the 2014 winner of the Denver Concert Band’s annual Young Artist Competition. The Young Artist Concert will be presented at 2 p.m. April 12 at Lone Tree Arts Center. Jacinda Bouton of Lone Tree … more
High temps alas, and finally no class. Skaters, bikers and scooter enthusiasts flocked to Metzler Ranch Community Park March 27 to enjoy some spring break free time and fill their hours with sunshine instead of fluorescent bulbs, iPads and books. … more
Artwork by Englewood High School students will be exhibited at Nixon’s Coffee House, 871 Englewood Parkway, near the Englewood Civic Center, during April. An artists’ reception is planned for 5 to 7 p.m. April 22. Art teacher Emily Winthrop is a … more
Wonderbound is a dance company under the direction of Garrett Ammon and Dawn Fay — 11 dancers who are known for unusual movement and collaboration with other artists in the community, as new works are created. The most recent creation is … more
For the 17th annual Denver Children’s Theatre production, the 2014 choice is “Rumpelstiltskin,” as adapted by Mike Kenny from the Brothers Grimm fairy tale. Performances are at the Mizel Arts and Culture Center at the Jewish Community … more
Scene I of David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Good People” opens in a trashy South Boston alley behind the Dollar Store — the only private office space that store manager Stevie (John Juracheck) can find to tell Margie (Dee Covington) that he’s … more
To fully appreciate the newly installed stained-glass windows at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Church in Foxfield, one should visit at various times of day and in different seasons, when the changing sunlight will create new effects. Officially … more
Foothills Art Center has a history of showing fine art quality pieces in what some still call “crafts.” “Splinter! Colorado Wood Today” is opening on March 29 and running through May 18 at FAC, 809 15th St., Golden. Contemporary expressions … more
In Castle Rock these days, within town boundaries, people who smile are targets. Dare to smile at someone and you could get something: a thank-you card — to then pass along to the next smiling person. About 75 cards are now floating around … more
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